"Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!"
~ Hunter Thompson ~
Here are some of the songs rambling in my head:
.....yes, I'm keeping busy...
(I'm still amazed that some people read the crap I'm posting here. I guess there is such a thing as "accidental clicking"... or else....whatEVAH...)
ok...umm...what else...here is the last thing I've read today:
"Overall, the close relationship between cognition and behavior (N. Ed: please note the American spelling) is coming into view as well as some of its neural underpinnings. Top-down regulation by the prefrontal cortex and bottom-up modification of cognition via experience from environment are becoming increasingly understood."
Gee, thanks, girls (Fiske and Taylor), 'cause look at what Foucault wrote about 20 years earlier:
"From the point of view of evolution, illness has no other status than that of a general potentiality. The causality that makes it necessary is not yet disengaged, no one than that which gives each clinical picture its particular coloring. This necessity, with its individual forms, is to be found not in an always specific development, but in the patient's personal history."
...oh, wait, we don't take Foucault into account, because he did not write APA style...obviously!